Image Files Group

Check to save the captured image to an image file, or multiple files.


Format


JPG - PEG file. The JPEG Quality is from 1 to 100, with 100 being the highest.
PNG - Portable Network Graphics file
PDF - Adobe PDF file
GIF - GIF file
TIF - TIFF file
BMP - Bitmap file

File format details


Filename
Only available when at least one file type is checked above.


Automatic naming - Select to automatically generate a filename.


Automatic Fielnaming Settings Dialog
Filename options group
Check to include the text you want to add to your filename.


Note - Check to add a note text.
Automatic number - Check to add an automatically generated sequence number.
Number of digits - Check if you want to have a fixed number of digits, such as 2 for 01, 02, 3 for 001, 002, etc.

Next number - It will keep increasing after each capture. You may enter any number to set the starting number.
End at - Check to set an end number. When the end number is reached, it will stop taking screenshots.

Date, Time, Computer name, and User name - Self-explanatory.

Order group
Highlight an item in the list box and click the up and down buttons on the right to change the sequence.

Spacing group
Choose what to use between characters in the filename.

Overwrite options when file exists group
These options are only for actions when a newly generated filename already exists in the target folder.


Never overwrite - always generate a new filename automatically, in a filname (###) format.
Ask - Ask me each time.
Overwrite - Overwrite all the time.


Ask me - Select if you want to be asked each time. A dialog box will be displayed after each capture. You can change the file format, name, and location.

The 'Ask me' default value will change to what is used if Use last folder is checked.


Set name - Select to use this fixed filename for all captures. It will overwrite the file if it exists.



Folder
The default location where the captured images are saved.


Create folder
Check to create date-based folders automatically. If you capture images or record screens on a daily basis, using date-based folder names can help you keep your files organized.

Create folder Settings Dialog


Select Image File Location - Assign or create a folder to save captured images.

Open Image File Location - Open the location where the image files are saved.

When ScreenHunter 7 was first run on a PC, it will create a folder called ScreenHunter on your desktop as the default folder. You can change it anywhere of your choice. There are two places to change, one for Save Image and the other for Save Video.


Next: Save Video Tab >